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Impact / Philanthropy

Beneficiaries + Program Partners

Our fundraising initiatives help to support our Investing in the Next Generation Initiative and the important work of high impact nonprofit program partner organizations aligned with our mission.

Over the past two decades, 100 Women has raised nearly $50 million USD (gross) to impact the lives of approximately 300,000 children and families.

In 2019, and going forward, 100 Women in Finance’s fundraising will focus on Investing in the Next Generation, our industry initiative to help young women from all backgrounds to be prepared, confident and inspired to pursue a career in the finance industry.

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Investing in the Next Generation

2019

GirlForce 100
Cayman

100WF’s Investing in the Next Generation Initiative
Girls Go Tech, The Women’s Foundation of Hong Kong
One to Infinity Student Leader Programme, Hong Kong Award for Young People 
Hong Kong

Duke of Edinburgh International Award Bermuda
Bermuda

100WF’s Investing in the Next Generation Initiative
New York

Duke of Edinburgh International Award Canada
Toronto

Maths4Girls
London

Education

2018

The Special Needs Foundation Cayman
Cayman, $52,000

Horizons National
United States, $1.9 MM

Tomorrow’s Voices
Bermuda, $30,000

Changing Young Lives Foundation
Hong Kong, HKD3.7 MM
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The Royal Foundation Mentally Healthy Schools Programme
London, £500,000

Girls E-Mentorship (GEM)
Toronto, CAD72,000

 

2015

100WHF Foundation Celebrating Education – Investing in the Next Generation
United States, $1.3 MM

The Art Room
United Kingdom, £550,000

100WHF Hong Kong Foundation Ltd
Hong Kong, HKD1.8 MM

Fondazione Zanetti Onlus (FZO) and SOS Villaggi dei Bambini Onlus (SVB) project ‘EDU CARE’
Milan, EUR48,000

Literacy Is For Everyone (LIFE)
Cayman, $75,000

2012

DonorsChoose.org
United States, $1.4 MM

SkillForce
UK, £630,000

All Special Kids (ASK)
Switzerland, CHF300,000

2009

Computers for Youth
United States, $1.4 MM

SHINE
UK, £250,000

Association Païdos
Switzerland, CHF135,000

2006

Building with Books and Teach for America
United States, $2.5 MM

2003

Excellence Baby Academy and The After School Corporation (TASC)
United States, $2.4 MM

Women's + Family Health

2017

NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness
United States, $2.6 MM

WellChild
United Kingdom, £575,000

Karen Leung Foundation
Hong Kong, HKD2.6 MM

Breast Cancer Foundation
Cayman Islands, $99,000

True Patriot Love Foundation
Toronto, CAD280,000

Centre Against Abuse
Bermuda, $71,000

2014

The Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation
United States, $1.93 MM

WellChild
United Kingdom, £680,000

The Swiss Cancer League
Switzerland, CHF270,000

Associazione CAF – Onlus
Milan, EUR 70’000

Hong Kong Cancer Fund
Hong Kong, HKD2.3 MM

Cayman Islands Crisis Centre
Cayman Islands, $65,000

2011

The William J. Clinton Foundation
United States, $2,050,000

Child Bereavement Charity
United Kingdom, £710,000

Coeurs Pour Tous
Switzerland, CHF380,000

2008

The Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute at the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention
United States, $1.7 MM

Wellbeing of Women
United Kingdom & Switzerland, £635,000

2005

The NYU Cancer Institute
United States, $2.3 MM

2002

The NYU Cancer Institute
United States, $900,000

Mentoring

2016

Minds Matter
United States, $1,200,00

SkillForce
United Kingdom, £500,000

Solidarité Femmes
Switzerland, CHF210,000

The Women’s Foundation
Hong Kong, HKD2,065,000

Big Brothers Big Sisters Cayman
Cayman Islands, $90,000

2013

Best Buddies
United States, $1.3 MM

Action on Addiction
United Kingdom, £600,000

Roger Federer Foundation
Switzerland, CHF344,000

The Hong Kong Award for Young People in affiliation with The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
HKD2.8 MM

2010

Big Brothers Big Sisters
United States, $1.6 MM

Centrepoint
United Kingdom, £504,000

Solidarité Femmes
Switzerland, CHF200,000

2007

iMentor
United States, $2.3 MM

The Prince’s Trust
United Kingdom, £400,000

2003

Big Brothers Big Sisters
United States, $2.1 MM